Underscoring the value of work, Daryl Cornett notes, "Whether we are the pastor, politician, pottery thrower, police officer or public school teacher, our work space should be approached as a divine stewardship."
The Reformation, Daryl Cornett notes, "is not dry, dusty irrelevant history" involving the Bible's authority in the church and how to find favor with God. "We would be wise to renew our commitment to that for which they sacrificed so much," he writes.
Christians must "get a whole lot more comfortable with being uncomfortable," Daryl Cornett writes, and "allow God to break our hearts for the lost … to bring the same Good News that came to us to others who don't know yet that they even need it."
Noting that Christians in America are both citizens of heaven and the U.S., Daryl Cornett sets forth key differences to help "keep our hearts calmer, our mouths milder and our hope affixed to the right source."
Pondering the Nov. 8 election, Daryl Cornett reminds, "God is bigger than Hillary and bigger than Trump. His providence over the affairs of men is bigger. His grip on my conscience is bigger. … And our hope will still be in Him as it always has been and always will be."